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I had noticed some problems with Spam Filter. I was trying to set the spam filter to allow all mail from domain xzy.com, since KMS flags it as spam. So, I created a custom role, with Header: From, Type: contains domain and Content: xzy.com. Then I set action to treat the msg as non-spam. Unfortunately, the KMS still treated msg as spam. But if I changed action to deny, the mail was blocked as soon as sending SMTP server specified:
MAIL FROM: someone<_at_>xzy.com

Reply from KMS:
553 5.1.8 Sender address rejected by address filter

How do I make this work properly, so that all email from xzy.com domain will be accepted AND not flaged as spam without having to set their SMTP server relay permissions.
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Is the IP address that the message originated from located in a spam database? Are you doing spam database checking? The spam databases and blacklists are checked before the spam filters, so it may be that if the senders IP address is listed in a spam database. Also what version of the MailServer are you using?

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Yes, I am using Blacklists, but these IPs are not located there, as that mail (found in blacklists) is rejected (and listed in security log). I am using KMS 6.1.0. This problem appears in Windows and Linux version and also in 6.1.1.

When I look into debug log (with spam messages on), spam engine always gives the same rating to the mail if I select increase/decrease score or always accept. But, if I select reject, the mail si rejected, as I said in my previous post.
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How does the X-Spam header of the mail look? Can you post that here? Example:

X-Spam-Status: No, hits=3.9 required=5.0 tests=BAYES_50: 1.567, HTML_90_100: 0.043, HTML_MESSAGE: 0.001, HTML_WEB_BUGS: 0.311, SUBJ_DOLLARS: 1.935
X-Spam-Level: ***

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The test email I am sending is not spam, but it's rating is still unaffected by spam filter (unless I set to deny).

When I set to increase/decrease score:

X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0.6 required=5.0
tests=RCVD_NUMERIC_HELO: 0.636
X-Spam-Level:


When I set to treat mail as non-spam:

X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0.6 required=5.0
tests=RCVD_NUMERIC_HELO: 0.636
X-Spam-Level:


As you can see, headers are the same.
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elias

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I'm having this problem too, but with blacklists. If I have a blacklist set to "block", it works perfectly. But if I set it to "Increase score by x", the message passes through and the spam score isn't increased. I'm running KMS 6.1.1.

[Updated on: Mon, 28 November 2005 22:57]

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I am unable to reproduce this issue. Please ensure that your spam rule is actually catching the email that you are trying to add the score to.

Treat as non-spam:

X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0.0 required=5.0
	tests=ALL_TRUSTED: -2.4,AWL: -0.972,HTML_90_100: 0.346,
	HTML_MESSAGE: 0.001,MIME_HTML_MOSTLY: 1.54,MISSING_SUBJECT: 1.109,
	SARE_HTML_NO_BODY: 0.834
X-Spam-Level:


Increase score:

X-Spam-Status: No, hits=3.5 required=5.0
	tests=ALL_TRUSTED: -2.4,AWL: 0.010,HTML_90_100: 0.346,
	HTML_MESSAGE: 0.001,MIME_HTML_MOSTLY: 1.54
X-Spam-Level: ***

Kevin Trumbull
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elias

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Ok, I'm incorrect. After further testing, this feature does work as expected. When I set an increase of 5, all I looked at was the final result (I expected it to be >= 5); I didn't take into account that a number of the rules were negative. When I add up all the rules in the header including the value I assign to the blacklist, the end result is correct.

-Elias
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